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01-21-2014 08:07 PM
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These two boards

So I'm looking specifically at two boards I can get my hands on,

2014 Arbor Westmark 153cm

2014 Stepchild Latchkey 153cm - Reverse Camber

Recently I rode the 2014 Rom artifact rocker and I loved it, the ride was super fun, good enough edge hold, super buttery and still had some great pop. Long story short, I want something just slightly stiffer with a good amount of pop.

I ride East coast snow/ice so edge hold and stability will be important. My style of riding is mostly freestyle all mountain, and medium sized features in the park. I know the westmark will be slightly stiffer, but is the latchkey super soft? If anyone has experience with these boards, please chime in.

Thanks!

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